Natchez Walking Tour

 $25.00 per person and includes beverage of your choice

Enjoy an hour stroll through the streets of this quaint, river town; along with tales of the past, which resulted in footnotes of American history.  Prior to 1860, Natchez had more “millionaires per capita” than any other area in the United States.  It currently boasts of having 1000+ structures that are on the National Register of Historic Places, including 13 National Historic Landmarks.

On this tour, you will walk in the same footsteps that Natchezians have walked since 1716.  And who knows ~ you may be joined by a few Natchezians of a spiritual nature!!!!

This tour includes visits to:
5 beautiful Historic Churches, Train depots, Memorial Park, over 100 Historic Structures on the National Register, the William Johnson House, the old Adams County Jail (where James Brown Movie was filmed), the Federal Courthouse “Memorial Hall,” the Historic Natchez Foundation, and more…
If desired, this tour may be done via Motorcoach.   Also, “Private Tours” are available for 15 or more guests any day and time of the week.

Tour Departure Time and Location:
  • Friday and Saturday ~ 7:00 pm – March – April – May
  • Check-in at Rolling River Bistro, located at "406-408 Main Street" 15 minutes before departure and inform the host that you are with the walking tour.

Please check for updates on availability or weather conditions.

*The departure times vary with the change of season and weather conditions.

Tourology Contact information:  Rene’ Adams at 601-660-7300 or

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